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MP TV: Celia Barlow Launches Local Labour Channel On International IPTV Platform
Celia Barlow MP, Labour Member of Parliament, Hove and Portslade, East Sussex, launches her own channel on the international Global Digital Broadcast (GDBTV) IPTV platform.
(Filed: Thu Nov 27 2008)
Norwegian Government Opts for Purchase to Pay Automation to Achieve Greater Efficiency and Cost Savi
Financial process automation gains momentum in public sector, centralising procurement and invoice handling processes
(Filed: Fri Nov 21 2008)
UK SERVICE TO BE HELD FOR NEWLY DISCOVERED HMAS SYDNEY II AND HSK KORMORAN
A rememberance service is to be held in London for the men lost on the HMAS Sydney II and HSK Kormoran during World War II
(Filed: Tue Nov 18 2008)
Thompsons praised in Scottish Parliament Pleural Plaques debate
The role of Thompsons Solicitors in the campaign to restore Pleural Plaques victims' right to compensation was praised when the Scottish Parliament discussed a bill on the subject.
(Filed: Sun Nov 09 2008)
New 12-Week Wait Initiative Will Transform Healthcare in Scotland, Believes Ardentia
Legislation put forward by Scottish Government will radically improve access to care and transform the NHS in Scotland, according to healthcare intelligence specialist
(Filed: Wed Nov 05 2008)
Powys County Council to implement Cybit Telematics and Fleet Tracking system for Winter Maintenance
Powys Council has awarded Cybit, the UK’s leading telematics provider, a contract to provide a range of vehicle tracking and telematics services for its fleet of 450 specialist maintenance, logistics and construction vehicles.
(Filed: Sat Oct 18 2008)
Controlware provides CCTV digital recording for Runnymede Borough Council
Leading IP CCTV specialists Controlware Communications Systems has provided the recording system for an advanced IP CCTV surveillance solution at Runnymede Borough Council.
(Filed: Mon Oct 13 2008)
Website blog reveals Government’s problems with the Planning Bill
The latest edition of the Legal Commentary – a blog – on the town planning website, www.planningmatters.co.uk lifts the lid on the debate on the current Planning Bill in the House of Lords.
(Filed: Wed Jul 23 2008)
Hays Marketing expand their Public Sector services
Hays Marketing announce the expansion of their public sector division alongside their sponsorship of the Guardian Public Services Awards 2008
(Filed: Wed Jul 02 2008)
Field Fisher Waterhouse recovers compensation for wife of lagger
Field Fisher Waterhouse has announced the recovery or £130,000 in compensation for the wife of a lagger who was exposed to asbestos through washing his clothes
(Filed: Fri Jun 13 2008)
SCOTTISH BEAVER TRIAL A “TREMENDOUS STEP FORWARD”
Trees for Life, the award-winning charity working to restore the Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands, today welcomed the Scottish Government’s decision to allow a trial reintroduction of European beavers to Mid-Argyll.
(Filed: Tue Jun 03 2008)
Keith Schilling rated tenth most influential lawyer in the UK
Keith Schilling, senior partner and founder of Schillings, was placed tenth in a recent list of the hundred most influential and powerful lawyers in the UK
(Filed: Mon May 12 2008)
Schillings win privacy appeal for J K Rowling’s son
Schillings win privacy appeal for J K Rowling’s son to grant enhanced privacy rights for children
(Filed: Thu May 08 2008)
Field Fisher Waterhouse achieves £550,000 injury compensation for Romanian labourer
Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP has successfully recovered £550,000 in a compensation claim for labourer injured whilst at work
(Filed: Tue Apr 01 2008)
Red Rhino’s micro crushers offer solution to increasing landfill tax costs in the construction indus
Government announces target to halve construction and demolition waste
taken to landfill by 2012, leading to increased demand for small crushers as part of site waste management.
(Filed: Fri Feb 22 2008)
Torbay opts for Tata Interactive Systems’ Integrated Working Programme
Torbay Children’s Services has commissioned the global learning provider, Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), to develop an eLearning course in Integrated Working. The modular programme enables those working across children’s services to understand how to work together more effectively in order to improve outcomes for children and young people.
(Filed: Sun Feb 10 2008)
The Maynard’s celebratory gift to South Yorkshire and Derbyshire residents
The Maynard, a soon to be opened boutique hotel in the heart of the Peak District is offering local residents an exclusive money saving deal in celebration of the refurbishment which is due to be completed in a few weeks time.
(Filed: Tue Feb 05 2008)
Aberdeen City Council makes staff training easy
Cobent - the ‘compliance’ software vendor, specialising in the manufacturing and life sciences sectors – is helping Aberdeen City Council make training and development easier for the Council’s 12,500 full and part-time staff.
(Filed: Fri Jan 18 2008)
Ayrshire solicitor urges Scottish Government to reverse asbestos compensation judgement
An Ayrshire solicitor has expressed disappointment at this week’s House of Lords judgement blocking compensation for pleural plaques, an asbestos-related lung condition that accounts for as many as 75 per cent of all asbestos claims in the UK.
(Filed: Fri Oct 19 2007)
A “SMALL BUT VITAL STEP” TO FIGHTING FIRE AND SAVING LIVES
The Residential Landlords Association is pressing the government to change legislation so local authorities would formally become the single fire safety regulator for residential accommodation.
(Filed: Wed Sep 12 2007)
Charnwood Borough Council Successfully Meets Government Requirements for Reporting on Anti-Social Be
Vantage Technologies’ Sentinel ASB helps council to monitor and tackle ASB more effectively and meet Home Office goals following Government drive for a co-ordinated approach
(Filed: Wed Sep 05 2007)
The NHF discusses its response to the Cave Review at Hundred Houses Society Board strategy meeting.
John Bryant, policy leader at the National Housing Federation, addresses Cambridge housing association Hundred Houses Society on the Government's new review of social housing regulation.
(Filed: Wed Jul 25 2007)
Council wins awards by closing staff skills gaps
West Lothian Council has been using a tool from York-based MyKnowledgeMap (MKM) to analyse soft skills. The tool helps to highlight skills gaps within the organisation as a whole, for specific departments and individuals. The bespoke, easy-to-use system developed and provided by MKM contributed towards seeing the Council awarded the Institute of Customer Service ‘Centre of Excellence’.
(Filed: Mon Jun 04 2007)
Irish Pink Voters - Gay Voters Favour Labour In Next Week's Election
In new market research of Ireland's gay and lesbian community, a strong likelihood to vote for Labour or Green parties is revealed in figures released for the first time today.
(Filed: Thu May 17 2007)
BACS AWARDS SET TO RECOGNISE FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS IN COUNCIL TAX COLLECTION
Local Authorities that have made tangible improvements in their Council Tax collection rates during the last year need look no further for recognition! Today, Bacs – the not-for-profit, industry body behind Direct Debit and Bacs Direct Credit – has launched its annual Local Authority (LA) Direct Debit Challenge Awards.
(Filed: Fri Apr 27 2007)
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